Welcome to the community page for Louisville real estate. Ranking among some of the top housing markets in the country. With a growing population of more than 1.2 million in the metro area, Louisville has become a radiant city where homeowners enjoy the many choices of housing options. Ranging from single-family homes, condominiums to patio homes, and more. Featuring new developments in new construction to historic neighborhoods where preservation is key.
Idlewood Community In Jeffersontown. This 4 Bedroom 2 Full Bath Quad Level Home Is Immediately Available With The Following Updates And Upgrades Including A New Hvac System (gas Furnace & A/c), New Carpet/pad In Family Room And Bedroom, All Interi...
Ard To Find! Move In Ready 3 Br/2 Full Ba Home W/2.5 Car Garage! Over 2300sqft Of Living Space! Spacious Living Room Is Open To The Kitchen And Dining Area. Kitchen Features Updated Cabinetry And Appliances Including Refrigerator, Gas Range, Micro...
First Showings During Open House Sunday 10/25! This Well Maintained One Story Brick Home With Full Finished Basement Is A Rare Find! Situated On A Corner Lot With A Triple-wide Driveway, Expansive Covered Front Porch, Plus A Two-tier Deck Perfec...
Wow!! Rare Opportunity To Own A Beautifully Maintained Charming Camelback Near All Of The Hot Spots Of Germantown, The Highlands, And Ul Campus. Enter Under A Covered Front Porch To A Double Trayed, Elegant Living Room With Exposed Brick Wood Burn...
Welcome To This Warm And Inviting Cottage Nestled Between J Town And Fern Creek. This Home Just Underwent A Makeover. The Kitchen Is New White Shaker Cabinets, Topped Off With Butcher Block Counter Tops And Subway Tile Back Splash. You Will Not...
Remarkable Opportunity To Own This Fully Renovated Bungalow On An Idyllic, Tree-lined Street In Crescent Hill! The Classic, Inviting Curb Appeal Presents A Welcoming Entry For Friends And Family Alike. Once Inside, You'll Find Fabulous Original De...
Lovely Stone Ranch Is Nicely Updated With Fresh Paint In Neutral Colors, Flooring Is Tile And Laminate (no Carpet). Updated Kitchen With New Appliances And Counter Tops. Laundry Room Is Attached To Kitchen. Livingroom Has Open ''pass Through'...
This Adorable And Meticulously Maintained One Owner Home Is Situated On A Quiet Court In Sunshine Acres, Close To Shopping, Schools And Freeways. Pride Of Ownership Is Certainly Evident In This All Brick 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Ranch, Which Offers Numer...
Tons Of Opportunity In This One! 2 Bed, 1 Bath Home With Closed In Porch, Fenced In Yard, Detached Garage, And Large Kitchen. This Fixer Upper Has Hardwood Flooring Throughout Most Of The Home And Awaits A Makeover. Schedule Your Private Showing...
Super Cute, Newly Renovated 3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Brick Bungalow That Is Close To Shawnee And Chickasaw Park! New Paint Throughout The House Gives A Fresh, Clean Look. Beautiful Hardwood Floors On The Main Level. New Tile Flooring Installed In The ...
Welcome To 7925 Nottoway Circle, Located In The Established Neighborhood Of Iroquois Heights. This Beautiful, Well Maintained, 3 Br Brick Ranch W/ Basement Features 1.5 Baths And A 2.5 Car Garage. The Open Floorplan Features A Large Eat-in Kitchen...
First Showings Friday, Oct. 23 At 1:00. Located On A Quiet, Tree-lined Cul-de-sac In Springhurst, This Beautifully Maintained And Customized Home With Great Curb Appeal Checks All The Boxes. An Open Floor Plan Greets You Upon Entry, With A Great R...
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Louisville MLS Search by Neighborhood
Easy One-Click Search Quickly find the home your looking for by searching the different area and communities. Our easy to use one-click search will help you filter homes by neighborhood. With a wide range of houses available, we're here to help you find your next dream home.
Why Choose a Louisville Home for Sale?
Welcome to Louisville, Kentucky the largest city in the Commonwealth and also ranked the 30th on the list of the largest cities in the United States. With a population of over 750,000 and a metro population of more than 1.3 million (view more city statistiics here).
You will notice that Louisville is a well-connected community. Even though Louisville is constantly growing - the city continues to have a small town feel. There are a number of popular counties that surround the Louisville area; such as Oldham County, Bullitt County, Shelby County and Spencer County. These neighboring areas tend to have a number of residents that commute to Louisville during the work week.
Sometimes people refer to Louisville as the 'Possibility City'. Louisville is also recognized by some more iconic names such as the Louisville Slugger. But likely most recognized because it is home of the Kentucky Derby. The greatest two minutes in sports! Many Louisvillians absolutely love attending and celebrating the Kentucky Derby festivities that lead up to the big event. A collection of more than 70 different happenings around the city. Including the nation's largest firework display.
The Louisville International Airport also plays an important role in the City's economic backbone; the main airport in the city is also home to the UPS worldwide air hub, the largest employer in Louisville. Alongside other large corporations in Louisville such is the Ford Motor Company, Norton Healthcare, and Humana Inc. and many others. ZipRecruiter also named Louisville a Top 10 City for job seekers in 2017. Especially in the industries where Louisville has thrived; automotive, healthcare, and retail.
Guide to Louisville Real Estate
As Louisville continues to see strong economic growth, we continue to see impressive numbers that favor local Louisville real estate. Average median sale prices continue to rise throughout the city and surrounding counties. Over the last couple of years, we have experienced a shortage of Louisville MLS listings because of the high demand in popular neighborhoods. Homeowners who decide to put their home on the market tend to see a lot of activity. It is not uncommon for their property to sell within days of being listed.
Parks and Recreation
There are great parks to visit, popular restaurants, and live events that take place throughout the year. If you are new to the area and looking for houses for sale in Louisville, you will quickly experience first hand how great the city is. If you are considering living here, you will enjoy getting familiar with some of the popular attractions around town. As you will notice the city is well known for college basketball, the Kentucky Derby, and popular Parks.
We have great resources here at GarrettsRealty.com if you need more information about buying a home, getting your home ready to sell, or if you would like to just check out the current Louisville real estate market.
Pros and Cons of Buying a House for Sale in Louisville
Pros of Living in Louisville As you may know, there are a lot of benefits to owning real estate in Louisville. Below we highlight some of the benefits to owning property here.
Amazing Food Scene -You are sure to find some great food when visiting the Louisville area. There is a long list of local Louisville restaurants that have outstanding menus to offer.
Cost of Living -On average, the cost of living in Louisville is lower than the most surrounding metropolitan areas. BestPlaces has Louisville's cost of living at 87.9 on a national average of 100. This is 44% lower than the average cost of living in Chicago.
College Sports -If you are moving to the Louisville area, you will quickly learn that College basketball is a hot topic around town. It won’t be long before you are asked if you are a Louisville fan or a Kentucky fan.
Cons of Living in Louisville Unfortunately, there are some drawbacks when it comes to buying a house for sale in Louisville. Below are some of the negatives that you may run in to.
Louisville Weather - Allergies -Our weather here in Louisville has four distinct seasons. Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Typically with an average summer temperature of 88 degrees. However, during the spring and summer months many residents severely suffer from seasonal allergies because of the Ohio Valley.
Local Parks -Compared to other large cities our parks surprisingly don’t compare well. If you are relocating from a larger city with a thriving park system you may notice this. However, they are vastly improving and a lot of them were designed and inspired by the famous architect, Frederick Law Olmsted who came to Kentucky to take part in the Louisville Park system. His vision was to ‘bring nature’ into the neighborhoods.
Rush Hour Traffic -Just like any other large city rush hour traffic is a pain. Some of the interstates seem to be designed for a city with half the population that we have. However, compared to other large cities like Chicago, the traffic isn’t really that bad.
Public Transportation -Unless you live really close to downtown, the public transportation is not all that great compared to other cities. If you live further out, you might be able to take advantage of the Park and TARC service that is in place to commute to and from work. However, you may find yourself driving for 10-15 minutes to get to it.
In the News: Louisville Economic Development
The Marshall Louisville - A $40 million project near the University of Louisville that will be a 10-story student-housing development.
Kentucky International Convention Center - A $207 million renovation that added roughly 50,000 sqft more than the center had two years ago. Plus a 40,000 sqft ballroom and a kitchen that can make up to 15,000 meals a day!
Topgolf in Oxmoor Center - Plans to bring Topgolf to where Sears once was at Oxmoor Mall. Many residents are fighting the new plans to have the added attraction come to their neighborhood. One of the concerns is the eyesore of the nets.
Louisville City FC Stadium- Approximately a $60 million project to build the Louisville City Stadium in Downtown Louisville near Butchertown. Stadium plans to have more than 11,000 seats and should be completed by 2020.
Large Real Estate Development - Plans for three large towers that would include over 550 residential units, 299 room hotel, and a grocery store. One Park would be on 3 1/2 acres near Cherokee Park.
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